Apoptosis and Necrosis Quantification Kit
The Apoptosis & Necrosis Quantification Kit provides a convenient assay for quantifying apoptotic (green) and necrotic (red) cells within the same cell population by flow cytometry or fluorescence microscopy.
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NucView® 488 Caspase-3 Substrate is a novel cell membrane-permeable fluorogenic caspase substrate designed for detecting caspase-3/7 activity within live cells in real time.
NucView® 405 Caspase-3 Substrate, 1 mM in DMSO
NucView® 405 Caspase-3 Substrate, 1 mM in DMSO, provides a convenient tool for detecting apoptosis in intact cells based on caspase-3/7 activity using either confocal microscopy or flow cytometry.
NucView® 530 Caspase-3 Substrate, 1 mM in DMSO
NucView® 530 Caspase-3 Substrate, 1 mM in DMSO, provides a convenient tool for detecting apoptosis in intact cells based on caspase-3/7 activity using either confocal microscopy or flow cytometry.
Dual Apoptosis Assay with NucView® 488 Caspase-3 Substrate & Annexin V
These kits provides two apoptosis markers, our novel NucView® 488 Caspase-3 Substrate and Annexin V conjugated with your choice of red or far-red dye. The kit is used for studying two important apoptosis events, caspase-3 activation and phosphatidylserine (PS) translocation.
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Live-or-Dye™ Fixable Viability Staining Kits
Live-or-Dye™ Fixable Viability Staining Kits are designed for discrimination between live and dead cells during flow cytometry. Live/dead stains are useful probes to include when analyzing cell surface protein expression by flow cytometry, because they allow intracellular fluorescence signal from dead cells with permeable plasma membranes to be excluded from analysis.